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COM 1 Communication Introduction Morgan (1960) offered an excellent speech to university freshmen that explains the functions of written communication and the purpose of a university. His position was that a university is a safe harbor for people to ask any question that their curiosity takes them. University scholars are wary of loyalty oaths, religious creeds, institutions or political parties. Most of these items represent threats to the free pursuit of curiosity or the truth. The pursuit of the truth is also hampered by our language, our culture, our biases, and poor logic. Labels such as liberal, conservative, republican, democratic, socialist, etc. are designed to prevent the curious individual from arriving at their intellectual destination. We usually grow tired of how much work it takes to find out the truth, so we settle for a label instead. Morgan (1960) then suggests to students that the only way to test your scholarship is to communicate your findings to others so that you can test the strengths of your arguments. It is “unlikely that you have thought clearly, if you cannot express yourself clearly.” (Morgan, 1960). This is especially true in writing. “Writing is more than an instrument of communication. It is an instrument of thought.” (Morgan 1960) We have been taught to concentrate on the correct answers and repeat them on examinations. We still have to know some facts, but to memorize the answers to other people’s questions is not the same as answering your own questions in a rigorous manner. I hope that at the end of this class and especially at the end of four years, you have a much better idea of how to answer the questions that are important to you. Required Reading: “What Every Yale Freshman Should Know” by Edmund S. Morgan at:


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